Oil & Gas

3 Trends Driving the Transformation of Safety in 2022

We’re drawing upon our 100+-year history as global safety experts to bring you our picks for the most relevant trends and best practices which will have the greatest impact on safety initiatives, for organizations that want to develop a next-level safety program.

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How to Help Prevent Heat Stress in Industrial Work Environments

At outdoor jobs with high sun exposure such as construction, working at height, and oil and gas, dangerous conditions due to heat stress are prominent – especially during the spring and summer months. Heat stress can impact both worker safety and productivity. Learn more about how the new MSA V-Gard C1™ Hard Hat can help prevent heat stress.

Data Analytics, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity: Making the Most Out of Connected Work

In a connected environment, concerns about how data is processed and protected are high, as the mismanagement of data could have a significant impact on an organization’s reputation and bottom line. Learn how data analytics, data privacy, and cybersecurity can help drive the desired safety results organizations look for, while ensuring they have the appropriate data safeguards in place.

Starting a Connected Work Safety Program: 4 Tips for Choosing the Right Partner

Adopting a connected work safety program can help you optimize operations, decrease CAPEX expenditure, and increase worker safety. Since your time is already short and you’re likely not an expert in connectivity, here are four things to consider when enlisting the help of a connected work program partner.

4 Ways Software-as-a-Service Enables Connected Work to Help Optimize Gas Detector Compliance and Operational Efficiency

Can software-as-a-service enable connected work in a way that helps support worker and worksite safety, while helping to improve workflows and efficiency? The answer is yes. Read the full article to learn how.

Is Real-Time Data Important? 3 Reasons Why the Answer Is ‘Yes.’

A connected work platform combines real-time data, connected PPE/detection wearables, and advanced software solutions so you can have the best possible visibility across workers, worksites, and workflows.

How Visibility Across Workers, Worksites, and Workflows Can Lead to Improved Safety Programs

Developing an effective connected safety program requires that PPE and wearable devices that are already needed are able to seamlessly connect to the cloud and to software – to help improve visibility of workers and worksites across your organization. Learn how MSA can help.

The Future of PPE: How Connectivity Can Help Improve Worker Safety and Increase Productivity

Utilizing technology in the workplace can not only help to improve the health and safety of employees, but it can also help make companies more adaptive and efficient – connecting workers, worksite, and workflows.

5 Cost-of-Ownership Considerations for Gas Detection Programs

Not all gas detection programs are created equally. Nor, for that matter, are they all priced equally. Price matters when creating or upgrading a gas detection program, but that’s not all. Read the full blog post to learn more about total cost-of-ownership when it comes to your gas detection program.

How Portable Gas Detectors Can Help Mitigate Risks in Confined Space Applications

A hazardous atmosphere inside of a confined space is one of the most dangerous, yet frequently unnoticeable risks of confined space worksites. Read the full blog post to learn more about using portable gas detectors in a confined space environment.